Stocks to buy

Editor’s note: This story was previously published in January 2018. It has since been updated and republished We don’t hear as much about baby boomer stocks to buy these days since the conversation has turned to millennials, the new topic du jour. However, with bond yields moving higher and more experts suggesting the secular bull market
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Since their inception, marijuana stocks attracted significant attention. Due to both investment sentiment – and let’s face it, raw emotions – the cannabis sector absolutely skyrocketed. But now, the segment is attracting attention for failing to live up to analysts’ expectations. Is the honeymoon phase over for weed? Hardly! While cannabis firms have produced some
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Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) stock has been one of the best-performing names for the past decade. Netflix stock is up more than 6,000% since 2009, and the company’s long-term growth outlook is as strong as ever. Source: Netflix However, this year, Netflix is facing a unique new challenger in Walt Disney (NYSE: DIS). Disney recently announced
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The trade war is back, and that’s bad news for Chinese stocks. In late 2018, Chinese stocks and broader financial markets dropped as trade tensions between the U.S. and China escalated. But, in 2019, those tensions cooled off, and the tone from top trade officials from both countries was largely and consistently positive. In response,
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Shares of Alibaba (NYSE:BABA) jumped in mid-May after the China e-commerce and technology giant reported fourth-quarter numbers that blew past estimates. Source: Shutterstock Revenues yet again increased more than 50% in the quarter and came in nearly 5% ahead of expectations. Meanwhile, margins stabilized much more than anticipated, and profits came in more than 30%
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It has been anything but hip to be a Square (NYSE:SQ) investor of late. But longer-term growth prospects and a supportive price chart mean it’s time to buy SQ stock today at a favorable risk-adjusted price before other investors inevitably change their tune. Let me explain. Tuesday aside, the broader market has quickly become a
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After years of hype, pot stocks finally went parabolic in mid-2018 after big money started to enter the space. Some called the parabolic move higher in pot stocks a bubble. Others called it an opportunity. The latter group was right. Turns out, pot stocks aren’t Bitcoin 2.0. Instead, pot stocks have great long term growth
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Thanks to another well-timed tweet by President Donald Trump, U.S. equities are bouncing back on Tuesday on fresh hope for a U.S.-China trade deal. Also helping was Trump’s disputing of a New York Times report that the Pentagon is reviewing a military plan for Iran that involves sending 120,000 troops to the Middle East. This
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After nearly reaching $75 per share, Square, (NYSE: SQ) stock is changing hands for around $65 per share. Markets became less bullish on SQ stock after SQ provided weak Q2 guidance. Even though its Q1 results beat analysts’ consensus outlook, the payment processing firm needs to demonstrate that its initiatives such as its latest partnership
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VMWare (NYSE:VMW) has an interesting market niche and an interesting backstory. The company started in 1998, but was acquired by the massive data storage company EMC in 2004. The combination meant there was now one company that could manage huge amounts of data and could also store it and allow its customers to manipulate late
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Stocks tumbled yesterday after U.S. and Chinese negotiators ended talks without a trade deal.   Understandably many investors are beginning to get nervous as to where we may be headed next. Source: Shutterstock Therefore, today I’d like to discuss the short and long-term outlook of Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) stock, one of the darlings of Wall Street in
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Shares of Disney (NYSE:DIS) initially popped and then dropped after the media giant reported stellar second-quarter numbers that topped expectations across the board, and broadly confirmed that 2019 is on track to be a record year for the company. Source: Shutterstock If the results were so stellar, why did DIS stock drop in response? Broader
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